William L. Tooley ('56)
Bill was co-founder and Chairman of Tooley & Company Investment Builders, developing and managing high quality office buildings in California, including the Wilshire Palisades Building in Santa Monica, winner of 1988 Urban Land Institute Award of Excellence. In 1998, the Trammell Crow Company purchased Tooley & Company. Tooley Investment Company owns and manages office and retail properties in the West. Bill served on the Board of Directors of the National Realty Committee, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, and in 1992, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Construction Industries Committee. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Stanford, and an MBA from Harvard.